Menlo Park Small Business Suffers Backlash Over Staffer's Attendance at Trump DC RallyA Menlo Park shop run by a woman who attended the Trump rally on Wednesday in Washington D.C. is facing financial backlash.
COVID Surge: District Officials Push Back As Peninsula Lawmaker Seeks To Shut Down SchoolsCiting the surge in COVID-19 cases on the peninsula and throughout the Bay Area, Board of Supervisors president David Canepa is leading a push to close schools, but district officials are pushing back.
Trump Administration Accuses Facebook Of Discriminating Against US Workers, Favoring Those With H-1B VisasThe Trump administration is accusing Facebook in a lawsuit of discriminating against U.S. workers in favor of foreigners with special visas to fill more than 2,600 high-paying jobs.
Peninsula School Board President Resigns After Wife's Vulgar, Racist Tweet About Kamala HarrisA school board president in Menlo Park resigned over the weekend after his wife’s racist comments about Vice President-elect Kamala Harris raised an outcry.
3 Arrested in Connection With Armed Robbery of Menlo Park YouthsOfficers arrested three men suspected of robbing two juveniles with a sawed-off shotgun Monday afternoon at Flood Park in Menlo Park, police said.
Man Suspected Of Brandishing Gun In Menlo Park Traffic Dispute Arrested For Concealed FirearmA Redwood City man suspected of brandishing a firearm during an Aug. 28 traffic altercation in Menlo Park was arrested Tuesday.
Reports: Facebook Fires Employee Who Shared Proof of Right Wing FavoritismFacebook fired a senior engineer this week who collected evidence showing the social media company giving preferential treatment to right wing accounts.
Facebook Removes Trump Post Falsely Claiming Children Are 'Almost Immune' To COVID-19Bay Area-based social media giant Facebook on Wednesday confirmed it had removed a post from President Donald Trump's page for containing false claims about COVID-19.
Menlo Park Names New Interim Police ChiefMenlo Park City Manager Starla Jerome-Robinson on Thursday announced former Pleasanton Police Chief David Spiller as the city's interim police chief.
Facebook Mulls Political-Advertising Blackout In Days Before 2020 ElectionFacebook is considering banning political advertising on its platform in the days leading up to the U.S. presidential election in November and the ban has been under consideration since last fall, according to a source familiar with the discussions.
23-Year-Old San Jose Woman Dies In I-280 Crash; Southbound Lanes BlockedA 23-year-old San Jose woman died in a solo-vehicle crash reported Monday afternoon on southbound Interstate Highway 280 in Menlo Park, according to the California Highway Patrol.